Market 33 journal
Where we begin
Welcome to the vibrant world of Market 33, where every corner holds a story waiting to unfold. We are thrilled to present to you the newest edition of the Market 33 Journal, your exclusive pass to all things exciting, innovative, and delightful.
In this digital haven, we invite you to embark on a journey that brings you closer to the heart of Market 33. As your trusted source for updates, events, and discoveries, the Market 33 Journal aims to be your companion in exploring the dynamic landscape of our marketplace
Interview with Dewin
Here’s the special interview from Grizzl’s owner, Dewin. Discover what’s behind of one of the most popular food stands at Market 33.
Empty plates - Num.para
Discover the piece of art, exclusively hand painted for Market 33. By the amazing Portuguese artist, Num.para.
As we dive headfirst into September, we’re thrilled to introduce you to the sensational second week of our newsletter.
This month, Market 33 is buzzing with excitement, and we’ve got not one, but two spectacular events lined up that you won’t want to miss! Do you want to know more? Read our articles and don’t miss a bite!
We say goodbye to the Summer with Duppy Share, a Caribbean Rum that will make you dance during all evening.
Welcome to the tastiest week of the year. We celebrate our 7th anniversary and we will surprise you every day of the week. Get ready to party!
BEHIND MARKET 33
For the ones that missed the interviews from our 1st edition of MARKET: you can review them all over again!
We brought back to our digital journal the great conversations that we had with Calvin and the 3 founder siblings from La Catrina.
Read now these 2 exclusive articles and keep up with Market 33 digital journal to not miss anything!
In this exclusive interview, Calvin Choi opens up about the inspiration that fueled his vision, the values that guide Market 33, and the exciting innovations that lie ahead.
With this interview you can discover more about the story behind La Catrina, their plans for the future but also their views on the challenges of opening a new company in The Netherlands.